He-Ne Laser, linearly polarised

LD 471830
He-Ne Laser, linearly polarised
  4  He-Ne Laser, linearly polarised

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Description

Ideal light source for all experimental setups in which an intensive and parallel light bundle is required (e.g. diffraction, interference or holography). As a result of the linear polarisation, this laser is also suitable for experiments on the rotation of the plane of polarisation and on light modulation (e.g. saccharimetry and the Faraday, Kerr and Pockels effects).
With key switch, swing out grey filter to attenuate the beam, stand rod and plug in power supply.Note:
The laser meets the provision of the class 2 of EN 60825-1:2003-10. In each case please pay attention of the legal regulations in the laser safety.

Technical data

  • Laser Class 2
  • Initial power: 0.2 mW , max. 1 mW (without grey filter)
  • Beam diameter: 0.48 mm
  • Beam divergence: 1.7 mrad
  • Wavelength: 632.8 nm
  • Mode: TEMoo
  • Polarisation, linear: 500: 1
  • Lifetime: 18000 hours
  • Connection voltage: 12 V, from plug in power supply 230 V; 12 V/20 W
  • Power consumption: approx. 8 VA
  • Dimensions: 17 cm x 6 cm x 6 cm
  • Weight: 0.9 kg

Related Documents

PDF (Instruction Sheet) PDF (Instruction Sheet) [471 830] He-Ne Laser, linearly polarised
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P5.3.1.1 Diffraction at a slit, at a post and at a circular iris diaphragm
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P5.3.1.2 Diffraction at a double slit and multiple slits
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P5.3.1.3 Diffraction at one- and two-dimensional gratings
PDF (Description from CASSY Lab) PDF (Description from CASSY Lab) P5.3.1.4 Diffraction at a single slit - Recording and evaluating with CASSY
PDF (Description from CASSY Lab) PDF (Description from CASSY Lab) P5.3.1.5 Diffraction at a double slit and multiple slits - Recording and evaluating with CASSY
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P5.3.2.1 Interference at a Fresnel's mirror with an He-Ne laser
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P5.3.2.2 Lloyd’s mirror experiment with an He-Ne laser
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P5.3.2.3 Interference at Fresnel’s biprism with an He-Ne laser
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P5.3.4.1 Setting up a Michelson interferometer on the laser optics base plate
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P5.3.4.2 Determining the wavelength of the light of an He-Ne laser using a Michelson interferometer
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P5.3.4.3 Determining the wavelength of the light of an He-Ne laser using a Michelson interferometer - Set-up on the optical bench
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P5.3.5.1 Setting up a Mach-Zehnder interferometer on the laser optics base plate
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P5.3.5.2 Measuring the refractive index of air with a Mach-Zehnder interferometer
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P5.3.6.1 Creating white-light reflection holograms on the laser optics base plate
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P5.3.7.1 Creating transmission holograms on the laser optics base plate
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P5.4.5.1 Demonstrating the Pockels effect in a conoscopic beam path
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P5.4.5.2 Pockels effect: transmitting information using modulated light
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P5.6.1.1 Determining the velocity of light by means of the rotating-mirror method according to Foucault and Michelson - Measuring the image shift as a function of the rotational speed of the mirror
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P5.7.2.4 Determining the grating constant of a holographic grating with an He-Ne-Laser
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P6.1.6.1 Observing individual lycopod spores in a Paul trap
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P6.6.1.1 Quantum eraser
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